The clean label trend is being driven by consumer demand, operational efficiencies and the development of sophisticated food technologies that have simplified product formulas. However, developing consumer-friendly, simplified food and beverage products—with the desired clean labels on the packages—can be difficult for formulators. Fibersol® can help.
The joint venture between Archer Daniels Midland Company and Matsutani LLC supports the worldwide sales and marketing of the Fibersol® line of soluble dietary fiber ingredients. This unique collaboration results in ongoing scientific research in the area of fiber and its effect on health and nutrition.
More than 30 years of clinical research and scientific data prove Fibersol®’s benefits and performance, for a variety of application, formulation, labeling, and nutritional demands.
Fibersol® products can help manufacturers meet their clean label goals by developing food and beverage products with simpler labels, reduced sugar formulations and more transparency. And the Fibersol® line of dietary fibers allows for fiber fortification with minimal formulation and process adjustments while maintaining the desired finished product characteristics.
Fibersol® offers various label options, so formulators can choose the one that meets their product positioning goals, keeping them clean and simple.
Over 30 years of clinical research and scientific data demonstrate Fibersol®’s physiological benefits that support consumers in their digestive health including:
At 3-8g of Fibersol® daily for two weeks, clinical studies have shown that Fibersol®:
At 3.75g of Fibersol® per serving*, a clinical study3 has shown that Fibersol®:
Satiety (limited evidence)
10g of Fibersol® with a meal may:
Post-Meal Blood Glucose
At 4-6g of Fibersol® with a meal, clinical studies have shown that Fibersol®:
At 5-6g of Fibersol® with a meal, clinical studies have shown that Fibersol®:
Fibersol®-2 has been recognized as GRAS by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), certified kosher and pareve by the Orthodox Union, and halal-certified as well.
Fibersol® on your ingredient list
Fibersol® is derived from corn, with non-GMO Fibersol® available as well. In many situations, it can be labeled simply as “soluble corn fiber.”
Fibersol®-2 can be labeled in the U.S. as “soluble corn fiber” or “soluble vegetable fiber (corn).” These statements may be modified with “Fibersol®-2 fiber,” “soluble dietary fiber,” “dietary fiber,” “fiber,” “source of dietary fiber,” and similar phrases.** Please contact your local sales rep for information on specific labeling options in your country/region.
Not only is Fibersol® included on the FDA list of dietary fibers, but it can also fulfill consumer desires for tasty, fiber-full foods and beverages that are well tolerated, and have proven satiety benefits. Additionally, dietary fiber is a top-of-mind ingredient for consumers seeking healthy options, even as most fail to reach the recommended level of fiber in their diet.
The current Daily Value (DV) for total dietary fiber in the U.S. is 28g per day (typical 2,000 calories per day diet).
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1 ADM Outside VoiceSM Fiber Consumer Study, 2019
2 FMCG Gurus, “Clean & Clear Label in 2021”, April 2021
3Mai V. (2022) Nutrients. 14(11), 2192
*For a total of 15g per day over 3 weeks.
** Disclaimer: The above is for informational purposes only and is not provided as a suggestion for package claims. Any health-related product claims using Fibersol® must be based on the scientific standard and regulatory/legislative requirements of the relevant jurisdiction. Our customer is responsible for assuring that their claims are consistent with their final product formulation and all local laws and regulations.
Fibersol® is included in the FDA’s dietary fiber definition as resistant maltodextrin/dextrin.